Murp was apparently formed when two siblings named Aaralyn and Izzy made a video in the hopes of getting on Nickelodeon TV show iCarly. That presumably hasn’t worked yet, but they have wound up all over the Internet. No offense to Juliet from “My First Hardcore Song,” but five year-old Aaralyn makes her look like Taylor Swift. “Zombie Skin” features her iron lungs (and fairy wings), while brother Izzy, clearly the Meg White of the band, drums rather lackadaisically. An unnamed person, probably older than the other two combined, plays guitar. If the band keeps it up, Aaralyn has a promising career as a vocalist, even if she can’t correctly throw the horns. And hey, she’s only about 13 years away from Revolver‘s Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock” issue.
Kylesa’s new album, Ultraviolet, is streaming online at Pitchfork. Check out the album, as well as some pretty awesome visuals, here. The album will come out on May 28 on Season of Mist.
Unsigned & Streamed vets Anciients, who’s Season of Mist debut Heart of Oak is out now, have landed the opening slot on the Lamb of God tour. They’ll be playing from May 16 – June 10. Check out the dates here.
Sinestra Studios (who very often provides Metal Insider with some killer live photos) is hosting its very first art galleria and metal show on Saturday, May 25, at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY. Tickets for the event are onsale now.
Louna has premiered a new music video for the song “Business” with Crave Online. The extravagant and politically themed music video comes in support of the Russian hard rock group’s new album, Behind The Mask, available now via Red Decade Records and MEG/RED.
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